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US TSYS SUMMARY: US Treasuries are trading slightly on the back-foot, weighed by
mild risk-on sentiment despite concerns over global trade as political risk in
Europe fades. Yield curve is little changed with 2s/30s 0.8bp flatter, while
10-yr yield is 1.1bp higher at 2.9131%.
- In Asia broader risk-on flows where apparent, with little in the way of fresh
fundamental catalysts noted. Traders still seem happy to re-price an increased
chance of Fed hikes following the sharp adjustment that was seen in the early
part of last week on the back of the Italian political situation, with the
Eurodollar strip trading lower yet again.
- Red and Green Eurodollars are the weakest on the futures strip, with Jun9-Mar1
contracts off 3.0-3.5 ticks. At 97.365, Dec8 is nearly back to May 23 levels
(97.305 marked the low in mid-May).
- Both swap spreads and breakevens are little changed 
- No significant data from the US today and with the FOMC now in the "blackout
period" ahead of next week's MonPol decision, markets likely to remain subdued

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